AFRICAN HIGH SCHOOL SEASON 2

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African high school is a blend of westernized culture and Africa Tradition,why school stand for a Vice for Education.Our intuition has brought a purified distinctive heritage that is been globally accepted by not just Africans but the westernized world.

African High School season 2 was brought to you by a group of collective ideas on set we had SOS models,styled by Tailor-loron outfits, J-signature make up Artistry moment captures by walking picture.

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If you’re conversant on Instagram,Twitter and facebook am about to tell you what you already know: we all are pretty much a master at sexy selfies. The rest of you, well, perhaps you’ll be one of our followers after getting to know us a little more

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Though walking pictures site is under construction, but

you can access the direct link for African High\school season2

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Fuel Scarcity Bites Harder, Petrol Now N400 Per Litre In Some States

The ongoing scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit also known as petrol is biting harder in the country as users are forced to pay far above the recommended price of N87 per litre in most of the filling stations that sell the product, SUNDAY PUNCH has found out. Investigations by our correspondents also revealed that petrol now sells in some states as high as N400 per litre while in others it goes between N110 and N200. However, some filling stations as at press time on Saturday, according to our correspondents, still sold the product at the official price of N87 per litre. These filling stations, findings showed, were however few and inundated with long queues of motorists, motorcyclists and other users. In Cross River State, a litre of petrol was sold for as high as N400 in Calabar and environs on Saturday morning. Tanker drivers across the state and beyond had on Monday refused to load the product from the Calabar Depot in protest of the deplorable situation of federal roads in the state. As at the time of filing this report, most service stations had yet to commence the sale of the product to the public. Black marketeers had continued to have a field day. Many petrol stations in Akwa Ibom State, particularly those in Ibesikpo/Asutan, Eket, and Itu Local Government Areas on Saturday sold petrol at N200 per litre. In Uyo, the State capital, while the price fluctuated between N170 and N180 per litre, motorists said many of the filling stations had adjusted their metres regardless of the amount they pay for buying fuel. In Ondo State, long queues of vehicles persisted in many filling stations in many towns on Saturday even as many of them sold petrol at N120 per litre. In Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, there long queues at filling stations on Saturday especially those owned by major marketeers. A litre of petrol was being sold between N100 and N110 depending on the distance of the area to the state capital. In Enugu State, petrol was sold between N130 and N150 per litre. Our correspondent, who bought the commodity at the cost of N140 per litre in the state capital on Saturday, learnt that the product was being offered to motorists for N150 in other filling stations. In Oyo State, fuel scarcity reached a height as few vehicles plied the roads. More than 85 per cent of major oil marketeers were not selling the product while a few independent oil marketers sold between N110 and N120 per litre. The queues by motorists for petrol continued on Saturday in some filling stations in Abuja and Nasarawa State. All petrol stations visited in Abuja on Saturday sold at the regulated price, but many were not open for business as they claimed not to have products. In Benue State, Sunday PUNCH visited the NNPC Mega filling station along Oturkpo road where the queue for the product was over four kilometres long. It was the only fuel station selling at the official pump price of N87 per litre. Meanwhile, black marketeers have taken over the town as they sold at N200 and N250 per litre. In Gboko and the other local government areas it was sold at N170 per litre. Investigations by SUNDAY PUNCH correspondent, who went round some parts of Nassarawa State, observed that it was only the NNPC mega station that sold at N87 per litre while others sold at N160 per. In Bayelsa State, particularly Yenagoa, the state capital, a few filling stations that were selling the product on Saturday sold a litre of petrol between N130 and N150. The NNPC mega filling stations in the Yenagoa metropolis were the only ones selling at the government regulated price of N87 but the queues were very long. A litre of PMS was sold for N100 in many filling stations in Ogun State except NNPC stations and those of major marketeers on Saturday. In Osogbo, the Osun State capital and other parts of the state, petrol was sold at N110 per litre. In Lagos, our correspondent learnt on Saturday that while the NNPC and major marketers sold at N87, black marketers sold five litres of petrol at N600. – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/11/15/fuel-scarcity-bites-harder-petrol-now-n400-per-litre-in-some-states/#sthash.zKjkNPS1.dpuf

 

JOKE OF THE DAY: A NUN & THE PRIEST

A nun and a priest were crossing the Sahara desert on a camel. On the third day out the camel suddenly dropped dead without warning. After dusting themselves off, the nun and the priest surveyed their situation. After a long period of silence, the priest
spoke. “Well sister, this looks pretty grim.” “I know, father.” “In fact, I don’t think it likely that we can survive more than a day or two.” “I agree.” “Sister, since we are unlikely to make it out of here alive, would you do something for me?” “Anything father.” “I have never seen a woman’s breasts and I was wondering if I might see yours.” “Well, under the circumstances I don’t see that it would do any harm.”
The nun opened her habit and the priest enjoyed the sight of her shapely breasts, commenting frequently on their beauty. “Sister would you mind if I touched
them?” She consented and he fondled them for several minutes. “Father, could I ask something of you?” “Yes sister?” “I have never seen a man’s penis. Could I see
yours?” “I supposed that would be OK,” the priest replied lifting his robe. “Oh father, may I touch it?” This time the priest consented and after a few minutes of
fondling he was sporting a huge erection. “Sister, you know that if I insert my penis in the right place, it can give life.” “Is that true father?” “Yes it is, sister.” “Then
why don’t you stick it up that camel’s ass and lets get the hell out of here.”

This Gorgeous Dress Was Made Entirely Out of Toilet Paper

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This white wedding dress is so elaborate  and stunning that you’re never going to believe what it’s made of – toilet paper. The one-of-a-kind dress was created by art student Olivia Mears, from Asheville, North Carolina. She used only 11 rolls of toilet paper, 100 ft. of tape and lots of glue to put the whole thing together.

The dress was made for a local event called the Annual Cheap Chic Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest, sponsored by Charmin, a toilet paper company. “I learned about the contest with only a few weeks to prepare the dress,” said Olivia. So she worked on the project for about 20 hours, and came up with a real winner.

Olivia is currently a student at Western Carolina University for Art Education. She creates Victorian and fantasy-inspired pieces as a part of her work, and she wanted the same themes to reflect in the toilet paper dress. “Based on Victorian ball gowns I decided on a tiered train, embroidered corset style bodice, and the layers of roses and ruffles,” she said. “But to make it more contemporary I dropped the sleeves, let the bottom drape down naturally, and opened the front of the dress.”

The dress itself appears quite fragile, but it is actually built around a strong bodice, reinforced with packaging tape. Around the bodice, it erupts into frothy, rose-studded frills that go all the way down to the bottom. She modelled the dress herself; getting into it required a lot of wiggling, but there wasn’t much risk of ripping.

Her pet cat did pose a few risks – he was eyeing the toilet paper, clearly wanting to make a happy mess. But she cleverly distracted him by giving him a roll before she began the project. “I sacrificed a roll of toilet paper to my cat before starting on the dress, and he took another while I wasn’t looking. He was occupied with that for a while,” said Olivia.

Unfortunately, the beautiful paper dress didn’t win last year’s contest; it was voted 15th out of around 1,400 entries. Olivia plans to enter again this year, with a lot more time for preparation. She said that fashion design is a hobby for now, but she dreams of going to Los Angeles some day to design costumes.

MTN Doles Out $94.2million for Renewal of Operating Licence

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MTN Nigeria has paid a whooping $94.2m to renew its operating spectrum and extended the operating licence to 2021.
The telecoms firm is currently engaging the Nigerian government in discussions over the $5.2bn (about N1.4trn) fine recently imposed on it by the Nigeria Communications Commission, NCC,over its failure to disconnect unregistered users.
The company, in a statement, on Wednesday, November 3,  hinted that it received confirmation from the regulator that its operating spectrum in the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands had been renewed.
MTN’s operating spectrum and its digital mobile licence were issued in 2001, and both were due to expire in February 2016. Both have now been extended to 31 Augus 
t, 2021, the telecoms operator said.

Does the amount they paid for the renewal of their license worth or justify their years of extravagant  profit making in Nigeria?

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